Tech camp offers multimedia lessons for students with disabilities

01/31/2010 | Honolulu Star-Bulletin

Students who participate in Camp Cool -- a two-day multimedia technology camp for children with disabilities in Hawaii -- take lessons in videography, developing Web sites, digital photography and other computer applications. The camp for children ages 8 to 13 builds their knowledge of technology, improves their self-confidence and is sponsored by the Assistive Technology Resource Centers of Hawaii. One participant's parent said, "At camp, he was exposed to databases and activities that aren't offered in school. It opens more opportunities for him."

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